Architecture Publications, Late 19th to Early 20th Century.
Including: Hopkins's Houses and Cottages, Grand Rapids: Hopkins, 1903; Sixty Views of Cottage City, Vineyard Haven, Gay Head, Edgartown, and Innisfail, Boston: Murphy, 1904; Rickman's An Attempt to Discriminate the Styles of Architecture in England, Oxford: Henry & Parker, 1862; Bicknell's Specimen Book of One Hundred Architectural Designs, New York: Bicknell, 1879; Royal Barry Willis's Houses for Homemakers, New York: Franklin Watts, 1945, with the dust jacket; Willis's Living on the Level, Cambridge/Boston: Riverside/Houghton Mifflin, 1955; Willis's Better Houses for Budgeteers, New York: Architectural Book Publishing Co., [n.d.]; Palliser's American Cottage Homes, Bridgeport, CT: Palliser, Palliser & Co., 1878, front board detached; and Technology Architectural Review, vol. I, 1888, loose, in a portfolio; Shoppell's Building Designs, $2500 Houses, pages loose, in the publisher's portfolio, thirty plates, no text; and Shoppell's Building Designs, $3500 Houses, pages loose, in publisher's portfolio, twenty-nine plates, one in color, no text. (11)
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